At a Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, several producers of head gears (Sony and Oculus, which is a Facebook subsidiary, among them) explored the future of virtual reality. After long years of anticipation, we might have reached the point where the technology is advanced enough to get close to simulating real-life effects. During this conference, Sony launched a new prototype of “Morpheus”, a virtual reality-generating head gear, whose form for consumers will be ready in the early months of 2016. The gadget, whose prospective price is yet unknown, is built to connect to Play Station 4 video game consoles. HTC also announced that they will release a Vive virtual reality head gear by the end of 2015, and Oculus chief technology officer John Carmack disclosed that his company, along with Samsung, is finishing work on a similar device, about to be launched before the end of the year.